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'Index: L', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 20: 1608 (1968), pp. 376-382. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112429 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.


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Laanstain. See Lahnstein

La Boderie, Antoine le Fèvre de, French Ambassador to England
-, endeavours to help Bouillon, 12
-, his certificate attached to Bouillon's petition, 13
-, certifies on behalf of Haraveder, 32
-, answer to proposals conveyed by, 215
-, 223, 233, 282
-, visits and commends "Britain's Burse", 231

Laginnger, Christofer de, Chamberlain to the Duke of Würtemberg-Mompelgard
-, accompanies Duke to Scotland, 228

Lahnstein (Laanstain) [Hessen, Germany]
-, imprisonment on charge of sorcery of native of, 17

Laiston. See Layston

Lake, Alexander, tenant or farmer of a shop at the Royal Exchange
-, signs petition against Earl of Salisbury's proposed "Bourse" at Durham House, 201

Lake, Arthur, brother of Sir Thomas Lake
-, his appointment to Deanery of Worcester canvassed by his brother, 89

Lake, Sir Thomas, Clerk of the Signet
-, 47, 48, 74, 90, 102, 121, 128(3), 131, 133, 167, 199, 200(2), 239
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 76, 79, 81, 87, 98, 131, 135, 136, 137, 205, 232, 252, 272, 274, 300
-, seeks Deanery of Worcester for his brother, 89
-, Willis claims to have obtained King's leave to depart through, 117, 126
-, letter from Earl of Salisbury to, 308
-, his brother. See Lake, Arthur

Lambe, Andrew, a Scottish minister his pension, 306

Lambart (Lambert), Sir Oliver, Irish administrator
-, letter to King, 121
-, requests increase in pension and other favours, 121

Lambert, Sir Thomas
-, legal adviser in Earl of Lincoln's suit, 258

Lamperteim. See Lampertheim

Lampertheim [Hessen, Germany]
-, Elector Palatine to hold musters at, 158

Lambeth, London
-, Caron's letters dated from South, 6, 9, 61, 76, 83, 244
-, letter dated from, 98

Lancashire
-, butter and cheese shipped to France and Spain from ports of, 303

Lancaster, county of
-, 30

Lancaster, Richard, Senior of King's College, Cambridge
-, recommends Kellet to Earl of Salisbury, 77

Landas, Esdras de, in the service of the Dukes of Saxony
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 113
-, requests money to maintain the Dukes at London, 113

Lane, Sir William, of Horton, co. Northants
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 25
-, seeks office of Cofferer to Prince Henry and other favours, 25

Lanfranchi. See Marescotti

Langesford, —, cousin to Robert and Francis Basset
-, 130

Langford, co. Wilts
-, letters dated from, 225, 282

Langley, Richard, secretary to the former Company of English merchants trading with Spain
-, conveys Earl of Salisbury's instructions to Lee, 44

Langton, Mr. See Langton, William

Langton, Sir Thomas, late Baron of Newton, co. Lancs
-, disposes of his property to discharge debts, 30

Langton, William, Chaplain to the Earl of Salisbury
-, resigns his Fellowship at Magdalen College, Oxford, 297

Lant, John, citizen of Exeter
-, begs Earl of Salisbury to accept High Stewardship of Exeter, 173

La Pietre. See Pietra

Lapp, Gabriel, a copyholder of Rockstead manor
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 307

La Roc, Monsieur de, a Flemish gentleman
-, informs Edmondes of a plot to assassinate James I, 236
-, proved to be not too honest a gentleman, 244

Lassa, Don Rodrigo de, Chief Gentleman of Archduke
-, Albert's Chamber
-, harshly treated in Spain, 270

Lawley, Mr
-, 250, 251

Lawson, George, Master of the Bevys
-, conveys ordnance from Portsmouth to Leghorn, 170

Layston (Laiston), co. Herts
-, manor and soke of, 238

Layton Bozard. See Leighton Buzzard

Lea, Sir Henry. See Lee, Sir Henry

Lead
-, Lord Saye and Sele's proposal for stamping of, 92
-, increase of duty on, 180
-, reduction of increased duty on, 196
-, King of France excused extra Custom duty on, 282
-, proposal to compensate losses sustained by Hull through viewing and stamping of, 312

Leaden Hall, London
-, letter dated from, 24

Leaster, Earl of. See Dudley, Robert

Leather
-, prohibition of the export of, 174
-, allowed to be transported to the Channel Islands, 206
-, attempt at Shoreham to illegally transport, 276

Le Breton, M[ichel ?], a merchant of (Les) Sables d'Olonne
-, his ship seized by English pirates, 14

Lee, Gilbert, (? Captain)
-, involved in legal proceedings over licence to transport pelts, 305

Lee (Lea), Sir Henry, Constable of Harlech Castle
-, 295

Lee, Hugh, English Consul at Lisbon
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 43, 67, 80, 131, 154
-, Viceroy of Portugal incensed against, 44
-, reports on state of Portugal, 45
-, conscious of his debts, 45
-, refuses to consent to sale of English ships to Spaniards and Portuguese, 68
-, his advice to Englishmen frequenting Indies, 69
-, fears effects of Fludd's proposal to build English college in Lisbon, 81
-, inconvenienced by Spanish proclamation concerning foreigners, 155
-, scheme to oust him as consul, 155
-, further embroiled with Fludd, 156
-, sends medicine for stomach disorders to Earl of Salisbury, 156
-, petitions that he be maintained by fines upon prohibited English goods in Portugal, 301

Lee (Lea), Richard, uncle to Sir Henry Lee
-, his death, 295

Lee, [? Roger, Father Minister of the English College at St. Omer]
-, Copley's contacts with, 227

Lee, Rowland
-, receives money for King's service, 225

Lee or Lea, River
-, 272

Leech, Nathaniel, son of Thomas Leech
-, to succeed his father in the vicarage of North Stoke, 121

Leech, Thomas, Vicar of North Stoke
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury, 121

Leer [East Friesland, Netherlands] Mancicidor's wife drowned on her way to Brussels from, 29

Le Foyle. See Derry

Le François, of Jersey
-, captured by English pirate, 10

Leghorn (Livorno, Legorne) [Italy]
-, 45, 156
-, naval preparations at, 72
-, Duke of Tuscany reviews warships at, 124
-, corsairs seen near, 147
-, rich cargoes brought to, 147
-, ordnance from England discharged at, 170

Leicester (Leaster), Earl of
-, imposter lays claim to title of, 177

Leicestershire
-, 199

Le Grys, Robert, Groom of the King's Chamber
-, petition to King, 297

Leighton Buzzard (Layton Bosard), co. Bedford
-, petitions for execution of Statute concerning artificers, 288

Leman, John, Alderman of London supports petition against Earl of Salisbury's proposed "Bourse" at Durham House, 201

Lemens, Jeremiah van,
-, Cresswell writes to, 51

Lemos (Lemus), Francisco de Castro, Conde de
-, passes through Genoa to Spain, 63
-, appointed Viceroy of Naples, 172

Lemus, Conde de. See Lemos, Conde de

Lenius, Giovanni. Cardinal, Bishop of Ferrara
-, 188

Lennox, Duke of. See Stuart, Ludovick

Léon, Bishop of. See Neufville, Roland de

Léon [Brittany]
-, Englishman received into Catholic Church by Bishop of, 25

Leopold, Archduke, Bishop of Strasbourg, brother of Ferdinand, Archduke of Gratz (later Emperor Ferdinand II)
-, arrives at Zabern, 63
-, mutual oaths sworn between Strasbourg and, 71

Lerma [Spain]
-, Duke of Lerma goes to, 99
-, King and Queen of Spain at, 167, 194, 195, 208, 218
-, 194, 195, 202
-, Neyen goes to, 288
-, letter dated from, 209
-, Sir Anthony Shirley at, 218
-, anti-government libels circulating in, 218

Lerma, Francisco de Sandoval y Rojas, Duke of
-, more accommodating to English requests, 52, 139
-, 53, 55, 78
-, withdraws from State affairs, 78
-, called coward and traitor, 99
-, Cornwallis's opinion of, 100
-, accompanies Philip III to Escurial, 112
-, 122, 140(2), 172, 212
-, shows his esteem for Cornwallis, 140
-, in favour of peace with Dutch, 186
-, his indisposition, 186
-, criticised in defamatory verses, 218

Lesdiguières, François de Bonne, Duc de, Marshal and Constable of France
-, proposed marriage between his granddaughter and Marquis de Rosny, 49

Lesieur, Sir Stephen, diplomatist
-, King approves of his appointment as envoy to Duke of Tuscany, 82, 87
-, letters to Earl of Salisbury, 82, 110
-, warns Earl of Salisbury of impending duel, 110, 111
-, passes through Cologne, 125, 146

Leslie, Patrick, 1st Lord Lindores his pension, 305

Levermore, John, citizen of Exeter begs Earl of Salisbury to accept High Stewardship of Exeter, 173

Levingston, John. See Livingstone, John

Levinstone, Alexander. See Livingstone, Alexander

Lewes, co. Sussex
-, ordnance transported from, 265
-, rape of, 276

Lewis, Peter
-, conveys Kyrkham's appeal to Earl of Salisbury, 232

Lewkenor, Sir Edward, of Denham Hall, co. Suffolk
-, Cornwallis seeks marriage of his daughter with, 141, 306

Lewkenor (Lewknor), Sir Lewis, Master of the Ceremonies 228

Lewkenor, Sir Richard, Chief Justice of Chester
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 40

Lewknor, Sir Lewis. See Lewkenor, Sir Lewis

Leyden [S. Holland, Netherlands]
-, dispute between Arminius and Gomarus at, 172

Lichfield, co. Stafford
-, letters sent to meet Earl of Salisbury at, 230

Liffar. See Lifford

Lifford (Liffar), Donegal, Ireland
-, English forces approaching, 308

Liffrecou. See Ilfracombe

Lillo (Lillowe) [prov. Antwerp, Flanders]
-, 129

Lillowe. See Lillo

Limbrick. See Limerick

Limerick (Limbrick), co. Limerick, Ireland
-, news from, 192
-, ships laden with corn arrive from, 192

Limoges [Haute-Vienne, France]
-, insurrection against Henry IV in neighbourhood of, 146

Lincoln, Diocese of 182

Lincoln, Earl of. See Clinton, Henry

Lincoln's Inn, London
-, letter dated from, 33

Lincolnshire
-, 201
-, corn for relief of poor at Tenterden allowed to be bought in, 244

Lindsay, David, Bishop of Ross his pension, 306

Lindsay (Lindsey), Sir Henry
-, to surrender his annuity, 200
-, his pension, 306

Lindsay (Lindsey), Sir James his pension, 306

Linton, co. Radnor (? Hereford) 199

Linton (Lineton), co. Kent
-, petitions for execution of Statute concerning artificers, 288

Linton (Lynton), co. Yorks
-, Lord Ros inherits manor of, 37

Lisbon (Lixburna, Lisborne, Lizboa Lyshborne) [Portugal]
-, 10, 53(3), 55, 61, 99, 119, 139, 219, 235(3), 236, 301
-, letters dated from, 46, 70, 81, 132, 156, 189, 197
-, English prisoners in, 19, 53, 68
-, English youths in danger of being converted to Catholicism at, 44, 69, 81, 132
-, ships sailing to East Indies from, 61, 69, 131, 171
-, proposal to build English college in, 81
-, Persian Ambassador to embark at, 100
-, Dutch merchants well treated in, 131
-, publication of proclamation on foreigners in, 148, 155
-, movements of ships at, 154
-, attempt to interfere with King's right to appoint consul at, 155
-, ordnance shipped from England to, 171
-, Cornwallis complains about English merchants at, 207
-, description of fleet at, 235
-, temporary restraint of English ships at, 236

Lisle, Lord. See Sidney, Robert

Lisle, William, Senior of King's College, Cambridge
-, recommends Kellet to Earl of Salisbury, 77

Lister (Lyster), John, Alderman of Hull
-, signs letter requesting Earl of Salisbury's help in confirming Corporation's privileges, 80

Lister (Lyster), Matthew, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, physician
-, attends on Viscount Cranborne in Paris, 50
-, testimonial on behalf of, 301 and n

Litton, Mr. See Lytton, William

Livingstone (Levinston), Alexander his pension, 306

Livingstone (Levingston), John, Groom of the Bedchamber
-, 136

Livonia
-, 265
-, news from, 304

Livorno. See Leghorn

Lixborne. See Lisbon

Lloyd, Oliver, Chancellor of the Diocese of St. David's
-, differences of opinion between Bishop of St. David's and, 199

Lobelius, Andrew
-, 42

Lochard, Jean (Johan), of Pembridge, co. Hereford, recusant
-, subject to forfeiture, 199

Lodge, Francis, tenant or farmer of a shop at the Royal Exchange
-, signs petition against Earl of Salisbury's proposed "Bourse" at Durham House, 201

Loftus, Adam, Archbishop of Dublin, Lord Chancellor of Ireland
-, mentioned, 164

Logwood
-, undertakers of the impost on, 176
-, 263(2), 289
-, monopoly of, 264

Lok, Henry, poet
-, letter to Earl of Salisbury from, 71
-, requests permission to go to Low Countries, 71

Lombard (Lombart), Peter, Primate of Ireland
-, negotiates Earl of Tyrone's visit to Rome, 66

Lombardy [Italy]
-, 233

Lombart, Dr. See Lombard, Peter

Lomellino, Commander, envoy of the Grand Master of Malta
-, takes up residence in Rome, 63

London
-, petition against monopoly in starch manufacture by Company of Grocers of, 50
-, debts in Spain paid to merchants of, 53, 119
-, King interested in progress of raising loan from City of, 82, 120
-, loan for King raised by Lord Mayor and Aldermen of, 88
-, 91, 173, 261, 296, 299, 308
-, attempt to obtain revocation of French edict by cloth merchants of, 107
-, agreement to pay supplementary dues on goods to France signed by merchants of, 160, 161
-, letter to Privy Council from merchants of, 161
-, free import of corn into, 165
-, nature of commodities shipped to Spain from, 171
-, petition against proposed "Bourse" at Durham House from, 201
-, riot at Pewterers' Hall in, 213
-, Earl of Salisbury's panegyric on, 213
-, Bristol prisers demand payment of prisage by wine merchants of, 223
-, petitions from and against Company of Dyers of, 263, 264(2)
-, glut of venison in, 275
-, Lord Admiral to punish keepers selling venison in, 281
-, Privy Council obtains loan for King from certain citizens of, 288
-, plague in, 299, 307

London, Tower of
-, letters dated from, 74, 153, 203, 234, 235, 240
-, 197
-, former arrangements to cope with plague at, 234
-, reasons for vulnerability to plague of, 235
-, assessment of silver content of Scottish ore in, 239
-, Lieutenant of. See Waad, Sir William

London, Tower Hill
-, project to enforce sale of all English ordnance at, 265

London, Bishop of. See Ravis, Thomas

London, Lord Mayor of. See Rowe, Henry

London, Recorder of. See Montagu, Sir Henry

Londonderry (Derry, Dirry) [Ireland]
-, success of Irish rebels at, 148
-, burnt to the ground, 152
-, treatment of inhabitants of, 152, 192

Londowres, Lord. See Leslie, Patrick

Long Ditch, Westminster 214

Longueville, Catherine Gonzaga, Duchess of
-, wins legal case against Duke of Aerschot, 258

Loor, Sieur van. See Lore, Peter van

Lord Admiral. See Howard, Charles

Lord Chamberlain. See Howard, Thomas

Lord Chancellor. See Egerton, Sir Thomas

Lord Chief Baron. See Tanfield, Sir Lawrence

Lord Chief Justice. See Fleming, Sir Thomas

Lord Deputy of Ireland. See Chichester, Sir Arthur

Lord President of the Council of Wales. See Zouche, Edward

Lord Privy Seal. See Howard, Henry

Lord Treasurer. See Sackville, Thomas; Cecil, Robert

Lords, House of
-, mentioned, 117

Lore (Loor), Peter van, a London merchant
-, 42, 45, 53, 139(2), 179, 202, 211
-, money in Spain due to, 119

Loreto [Italy]
-, Cardenas visits the Holy House at, 63

Lorraine, Charles de Lorraine, Duke of
-, requested to hinder Earl of Tyrone's passage, 19
-, 118, 246
-, his agent in Rome appointed secretary to Duke of Savoy, 123
-, news of his death, 157, 158
-, reported to have entertained Earl of Tyrone, 203

Lorraine, Henry II of Lorraine, Duke of
-, mentioned, 246

Lostock, co. Lancs
-, letter dated from, 31

Lothringen, Duke of. See Lorraine, Charles de

Loughton (Lucton), co. Essex manor of, 315

Louis, Dauphin of France, son of Henry IV, King of France
-, government of Normandy conferred on, 132
-, project of marriage between Infanta of Spain and, 169, 172

Louis, Don. See Velasco

Louvain (Lovan) [Brabant, Flanders]
-, 35, 111
-, Earl of Tyrone leaves his youngest child in, 80
-, Earl of Tyrconnell's brother leaves his son in, 80
-, English Jesuits propose to remove their college from, 111, 153

Lovan. See Louvain

Loveday, —, in the service of Lady Anne Glemham
-, concerned with reversion of post, 180

Lovell, Lady. See Lovell, Mary

Lovell, Mary, Lady, English Catholic
-, becomes nun at Brussels, 225

Lovell (Lovill), —, (the elder) former Master of the Game at Chetterwood
-, 26

Lovell (Lovill, —, (the younger) former Master of the Game at Chetterwood
-, 26

Loverleigh. See Loverley

Loverley (Loverleigh), co. Dorset letter dated from, 26

Low Countries. See also Flanders and United Provinces
-, Irish soldiers in, 39, 66, 97
-, English recusant arrives in Madrid from, 55
-, Lok requests permission to go to, 70
-, money to be conveyed from Spain to, 75, 268
-, soldiers levied in Italy for, 122
-, 155, 195, 228
-, conjectured that Philip III's second son would eventually receive inheritance of, 199
-, English reply to French proposals for military action against Spain concerning, 215

Lowe, Henry, Lord Mayor of London
-, sends petition to Privy Council, 50

Lübeck [Germany]
-, Dutch crews escape to ships from, 68

Lublin [Poland]
-, meeting of Sigismund's opponents at, 9
-, importance of market at, 9

Lucas. See St. Lucar

Lucton. See Loughton

Ludlow, Shropshire
-, letter dated from, 20

Ludlow Castle, Shropshire
-, letter dated from, 40

Ludlows
-, coarse cloth called, 294

Lufland. See Livonia

Lulworth (Lullwourth) Park, co. Dorset
-, 204

Luna, Don Alonzo de, Governor of Leer
-, his daughter's death by drowning, 29, 32

Luton, co. Bedford
-, petitions for execution of Statute concerning artificers, 288

Luxemburg
-, 196
-, French seek redress for alleged wrong by seizing horses from, 199

Lyck, —, under-searcher at the port of London
-, appointed contrary to custom, 232

Lyddell, Robert, merchant of Newcastle
-, his treasonable words against James I, 177

Lykinge, Henry, groom of Prince Henry's dogs
-, accompanies Prince's hounds to France, 300

Lylleat, Richard, in the service of the Conde de Fearas
-, goes to the East Indies, 132

Lyme (Regis), co. Dorset
-, English Jesuit arrested by Mayor of, 130

Lynch, Captain
-, arrives at Lisbon with news of Ireland for Spanish Court, 235

Lynn. See King's Lynn

Lynton. See Linton

Lyons [Rhône, France]
-, artillery taken to Limoges from, 146

Lyshborne. See Lisbon

Lyster, John. See Lister, John

Lyster. See Lister, Matthew

Lytton, (Sir) Rowland, of Knebworth, co. Herts, DeputyLieutenant
-, signs joint letter to Earl of Salisbury, 276

Lytton (Litton), William, of Knebworth, co. Herts
-, involved in a quarrel with Finch in Paris, 105



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